Cele should take responsibility for 83 murders in one week–Action Society

Just News | “We put the 83 people murdered in one week in the Western Cape squarely in front of Minister of Police Bheki Cele’s door,” said Ian Cameron, director of community safety at Action Society. Cameron said it is atrocious and another proof of Cele’s failure to lead the Police Department in preventing crime. […]

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R700 Million fraud at Post Office

Tebogo Msimanga | The Democratic Alliance (DA) has written to Hawks Head Lieutenant-General Godfrey Lebeya, to request an investigation into large-scale fraud at the South African Post Office (SAPO).The opposition party said South African Post office hadn’t paid R700 million towards staff medical aid contributions putting some 22 000 people at risk of losing their […]

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IFP calls for witnesses to come forward, following the assassination of Umlazi Manager

Tebogo Msimanga | Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) in KZN Legislature Calls for Police to eave No Stone Unturned Following Assassination of Umlalazi Communications Manager The Inkatha Freedom Party(IFP)  in KZN Legislature calls for police to leave no stone unturned, following the assassination of uMlalazi Local Municipality Communications Manager,Reginald Bongani Ngema, who was gunned down on […]

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DA march to Minister Cele’s office demanding that he quits

Tebogo Msimanga | The Democratic Alliance says it rejects President Cyril Ramaphosa’s continued backing of Police Minister Bheki Cele in the face of an out-of-control crime crisis, desperately under-resourced SAPS and Cele’s “personal outbursts” that characterise him as grossly incompatible with the high office he holds. The DA thus announced a mass march to the […]

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Democratic Alliance says enough is enough,Cele must Go

Just News | The Democratic Alliance (DA) on Tuesday reiterated that President Cyril Ramaphosa’s declaration of “complete trust” in the failing Police Minister Bheki Cele during yesterday’s parliamentary sitting is a serious and profound line in the sand. DA National Spokesperson Solly Malatsi said the President chose to side with an obstinate minister over millions […]

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“Ramaphosa is breaking parliament just like Zuma did”

Tebogo Msimanga | “President Cyril Ramaphosa’s outright refusal to answer a question around the Phala Phala debacle posed to him on Monday’s sitting of the National Assembly is indistinguishable from the horror South Africans witnessed in the Zuma era where both the Presidency and the Speaker broke parliament to shield a sitting president from accountability”. […]

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Tenders to rebuild damages caused by KZN floods reveal corruption

Just News | A preliminary report by the Auditor-General (AG) of South Africa into the national Department of Public Works and Infrastructure’s (DPWI) tenders to rebuild State-owned properties damaged by the April floods has revealed widespread risks of corruption. These funds are meant to rebuild crucial infrastructure and it is disheartening, but hardly surprising, that […]

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Over 1.2 million Gauteng residents on housing waiting list, yet the Gauteng government can only build 10 000 per financial year

Tebogo Msimanga| One million, two hundred and sixty-three thousand, six hundred and sixty (1 263 660) Gauteng residents are on the housing waiting list. Some have been on this list since 1996 with hopes that the Gauteng Department of Human Settlement will provide them with dignified houses. The wait will continue as the department can […]

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